|Full name||Guy Lacombe|
|Date of birth||12 June 1955|
|Place of birth||Villefranche-de-Rouergue, France|
|1984||France (Olympic team)|
|1990–1995||Cannes Youth academy|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Lacombe was a member of the French squad that won the gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California. He played for Albi, Nantes, Lens, Tours, Toulouse, Rennes, Lille and Cannes.
He was the former manager of the French football club Paris Saint-Germain in the Ligue 1 championship, as he was replaced by Paul Le Guen in January 2007. Lacombe has also had spells as manager with Rennes and Sochaux. He was responsible for introducing talents such as Benoit Pedretti and Jeremy Menez to French football. On 3 June 2009 the Coach has left Stade Rennais to sign for AS Monaco FC, he has signed until June 2011 and replaced Brazilian coach Ricardo Gomes. He was sacked by Monaco's boardroom on 10 January 2011, after a draw against Chambéry (fifth tier of the French championship) which resulted with a defeat after the penalty shootout. On 7 November 2012, he signed an eight-month contract to manage the Emirati club Al Wasl FC.
- AS Cannes
- Winner of the Coupe Gambardella (1) : 1995
- FC Sochaux
- Paris SG
- Winner of the Coupe de France (1) : 2006
- Stade rennais
- Finalist of the Coupe de France (1) : 2009
- AS Monaco
- Finalist of the Coupe de France (1) : 2010
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- "Communiqué officiel de l'AS Monaco FC - Equipe - AS Monaco FC". Asm-fc.com.
- "Al Wasl sign an 8 – month contract with Lacombe". Pro League Committee. 8 November 2012.